This chart shows the office structure.
PCC and Deputy Salaries
The Commissioner’s salary is £76,500 per annum. This is set by the Home Office.
The Deputy Commissioner’s salary is £51,000 per annum (full time).
The following senior employees within the Commissioner’s team have salaries in excess of £58,200 per annum:
Andrew Champness is the Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer. His salary from 1 April 2018 is £99,900 per annum.
Elizabeth Hall is the Treasurer (Salary band N pro rata).
Chris O’Hara is the Strategic Estates Manager (Salary Band K).
|Equality Data||Number of Staff|
|Proportion of staff of an ethnic minority||1|
|Proportion of staff with a disability||0|
|Number of female staff||14|
|Number of male staff||6|
|Total number of staff||20|
|Salaries||Number of Posts|
|£16,900 – fixed||2 (Intern posts)|
|£23,235 – £25,380 (Scale D)||4 (1 post is part time)|
|£26,208 – 30,951 (Scale E)||3 (1 post is a job share)|
|£31,875 – 33,732 (Scale F)||4 (Including 1 vacant post)|
|£34,617 – £39,669 (Scale G)||2|
|£40,698 – £45,909 (Scale H)||1|
|£51,201 – £57,084 (Scale J)||1|
|£58,338 – £65,043 (Scale K)||2|
|£84,441 – £92,118 (Scale N)||1 (Part time post)|
*Pay multiple – This is the ratio between the highest paid salary and the median average salary of the whole workforce, excluding the fixed salary of the Policy Intern. This has been calculated on actual salaries and includes the senior employee salary.
Other staff resources
A number of support services provided under the direction and control of the chief constable are made available to the Commissioner when required. A memorandum of understanding sets out these services. (click here to view).
Local authority personnel
Internal audit and payroll services are provided by Worcestershire County Council.